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What To Do When People Are Hurtful Towards You

What To Do When People Are Hurtful Towards You What To Do When People Are Hurtful Towards You
It's never pleasant when people in your life, whether they are family or friends, people you love, or maybe just an acquaintance are spiteful towards you. Maybe they attack you, they gossip about you, they're hurtful towards you and no mater what it is, it's painful. 

It's painful and natural as human beings to want to get revenge to pay them back, to show them, to prove to them, to crush them.

But realize, when someone does something negative to you, when someone trespasses against you, to simply return the same energy is to simply bring yourself down to that level and nothing ever gets truly resolved by going down to that level. 

Not only do you pull yourself down to that level, you keep yourself stuck. 

So consider this: If someone does something negative, or spiteful or hurtful or out of integrity towards you,

It is not your job to repay them.

It is not your job to to get revenge.

It is not your job to go out of your way to spend your time and your energy to hurt them back.

This is to give them power over you when you could be taking your energy, your reference, your focus, your creativity, and focusing it on someone else or somewhere else or where you really want to go instead of this person. 


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